Traces the history of the Pueblo peoples from the Mesa Verde to the present pueblos -- with emphasis on Taos, Acoma, and Zuni. Concludes with scenes of the Indian Ceremonials in Gallup, New Mexico. Editor: Ann Busch. Production Assistant: Sandy Goodman. Narrator: George Williams. Technical Consultant: Raymond C. Shaw. Photographed by Toge Fujihira. Writer and Director: Alan Shilin. Made with the cooperation of the U.S. Office of Indian Affairs and the U.S. Park Service.
Traces the history of the Pueblo peoples from the Mesa Verde to the present pueblos -- with emphasis on Taos, Acoma, and Zuni. Concludes with scenes of the Gallup Indian Ceremonials.
April 17, 2009 Subject:
The Hollywood Take....
Injun Bad....White Father Good....Give You Farrow Land....Take Everything From You....Sign Treaty....Or We Kill You!
March 27, 2004 Subject:
This film was brought to you by the white man.
Pretty interesting survey of the many different Indian tribes inhabiting the Southwest portion of the United States. An overview of their history (with some excellent footage of the awesome Mesa Historical landmark (I've been there) and stops to focus on their arts and culture, this is a very nicely laid out film made by people who make your tobacco.